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sending automatic javamail from a website using java mail API

 
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Below is my code for sending an automatic mail on registration from my website:





And when i run this on my eclipse its throwing exception the stack trace is as below:







And the jar files i have in my eclipse build path are javax.mail.jar , activation.jar, commons-email-1.0.jar Please help me resolve this... Thanks in advance...

 
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Nothing JDBC related here, moving to a better forum...
 
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sorry by mistake i posted it here .... How to move it to another forum... Should i have to close this and post a new question in the another forum or is there any other way to do it??
 
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No, it's OK, Martin moved it already.

587 is the Gmail TLS port, not the SSL port (which would be 465). You need to set some properties accordingly: http://www.mkyong.com/java/javamail-api-sending-email-via-gmail-smtp-example/
 
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@UlfDittmer hey i used the code from MK yong only but it was giving me some exception like "must issue STARTTLS command first" then i added a new jar file javaxmail.jar of version1.5. then it worked and now its giving me the exception as in the above question... Am banging my head on this issue from last three days please help me resolve this..
 
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As I said, the properties you're using enable SSL, not TLS, so your code differs from the code in the article.
 
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k i tried the same code as in the article so its giving me this exception now:




Sorry i had to post the whole stack trace because its giving me this exception every time i run it .
 
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i resolved this by adding just one line of code:



It worked like miracle... thank you all.....
 
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